One Republic’s Ryan Tedder told CNN he can’t wait to perform at MLB’s All Star Weekend in July.
“We just started booking gigs in August and September,” Tedder told CNN in a recent interview. “It’s coming back but it’s been a minute. We’ve been anxious to get back.”
“I think live music will explode,” Tedder added. “I think this has created a scenario in which everyone that’s alive has this new lease on their time in moving forward, at least for the next year or two.”
See below for a list of some of the other summer concerts happening nationwide.
Bentley will kick off his “Beers On Me Tour” on Aug. 13 in Salt Lake City at the Usana Amphitheatre.
Bryan will hit the stage on July 8 in Syracuse, New York for his Proud to Be Right Here Tour.
The rapper hits the stage on June 27 in Everett, Massachusetts.
The Dave Matthews Band
The forever young band will begin touring again on July 23, 2021, starting off in Raleigh, North Carolina at the Coastal Credit Union Music Park.
Dion’s “Courage World Tour” kicks off on August 16 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada at Bell MTS Place.
Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer
Their “Hella Mega Tour” 2021 begins their North American tour on July 24 at Global Life Field in Dallas, Texas.
Legend beings his tour on August 12 in Sugar Land, Texas.
Her “Chromatica Ball tour” will make its first stop in the United States at Fenway Park in Boston on August 7.
Chance The Rapper
The rapper is putting on a free concert in New York City on August 2.
Maroon 5 with Leon Bridges and Meghan Trainor
These artists will begin touring together on July 17 at the White River Amphitheatre in Auburn, Washington.
The Atlanta-based rapper will be performing on August 31 in Duquoin, Illinois.
Styles will dance the night away when he jump starts his Presents Love tour with Jenny Lewis on August 14 at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington.